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Pollak Library 24/7 Study Stress Busters

Posted in About the Library, Academic Communities, Academic Disciplines, General News, Library Research, Library Services, Study Rooms & Spaces, and Visiting the Library

It’s almost time to wrap up the spring semester with 24/7 Study at the Pollak Library. Take a look at these tips to keep your finals week stress-free and help keep a healthy work-life balance!

Freshman 15…15 Tips to Make the Most of Pollak Library

Posted in About the Library, General News, Library Research, Library Services, Students, and Visiting the Library

Freshman year can be scary, new friends, new classes, and a new routine. A new school year can always be overwhelming especially with the amount of homework. Practice your new study habits at Pollak Library and use these tips to create a successful first year (and second and third and fourth).

Library Student Assistant Profiles: What Are You Working On, Natalie Wood?

Posted in About the Library, Academic Communities, Faculty, General News, Library Student Assistants, Staff & Administrators, and Students

Ever wonder what the faculty and staff at the Pollak Library are working on? The “What are You Working On?” blog column (borrowed from the National Archives) aims to highlight some of the exciting projects we are working on, and profile our talented library team. Meet Natalie Wood, our Reference and Communications student assistant.